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Tennessee has stiff penalties for drunk driving

| Jul 17, 2015 | Drunk Driving Charges

In Tennessee, a conviction of driving while intoxicated will remain on your permanent criminal record without possibility for expungement. This can prove quite difficult for persons who are attempting to start over and seek better life circumstances. Potential employers, various institutions and other individuals are able to view your record upon request. Seeing a drunk driving conviction there could limit your potential for future opportunities and success.

The law firm of Hindman  & Associates, LLC, is prepared to aggressively defend your case in court. Attorney Tommy K. Hindman has served clients in more than 3,000 DUI-related cases. He is experienced in working to protect the rights and interests of those accused of driving while intoxicated. 

Issues surrounding the Breathalyzer test, failed field sobriety tests or public intoxication might be easier to navigate with an experienced attorney working as your advocate. Attorney Hindman will ensure that the arresting officer has a valid reason for stopping you. He will thoroughly investigate the events leading up to and immediately following  your arrest to ensure that your rights have not been violated.

In the state of Tennessee, there are no pardons or passes in a drunk driving conviction. Therefore, it is most likely in your best interests to entrust yourself to the guidance and service of experienced legal professionals such as those at Hindman & Associates, LLC, as you prepare to develop a defense in your case. Our dedicated attorneys are available 24 hours a day for free initial consultations. We can offer an individualized assessment in your case and help you determine what options are available and how best to proceed in court.

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